• Scalise Shooter Had List of at Least 6 GOP Lawmakers' Names
Scalise Shooter Had List of at Least 6 GOP Lawmakers' Names

The bullet fractured bones, injured internal organs, and has caused severe bleeding, the hospital said . Griner, who was shot in the ankle, was also released from a hospital where she and her wife were visited Wednesday night by the president and first lady Melania Trump , who brought them a bouquet of flowers, according to a White House po...

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  • Disclosing name before parleys on presidential nominee may not be appropriate: Government
Disclosing name before parleys on presidential nominee may not be appropriate: Government

However, Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who attended the lunch but had also met PM Modi the day before, had suggested that the Government and the opposition could find a consensus candidate. "They should give us the name and then seek cooperation", he said. "They don't want consensus, they want co-operation", he said. While Chandrababu ...

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  • Brexit talks to start next week
Brexit talks to start next week

May has dismissed calls to resign following the dismal election result after calling a vote three years early in the hope of bolstering her slim majority ahead of the Brexit talks. While May has repeatedly said she wants a special and deep partnership with the club Britain joined in 1973, she has also laced her assurances with threats that a br...

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  • Erdogan says offered Riyadh to open military base in Saudi Arabia
Erdogan says offered Riyadh to open military base in Saudi Arabia

With the most powerful naval force in human history, an ever-expanding global arms industry, and control over the most prominent financial institutions and private-public asset management systems in the world , no one does encirclement quite like the United States.

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  • They're Going After Me for Obstruction of Justice on 'Phony Story'
They're Going After Me for Obstruction of Justice on 'Phony Story'

Several legal experts told Reuters that Trump expected loyalty and told Comey he hoped he could drop an investigation of a former top aide, which bolsters obstruction of justice allegations against Trump. Mueller met with Sens. The leaders of the committee said in a statement issued on Wednesday that they "look forward to future engagemen...

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  • Senate sanctions on Russia due to domestic political battle in US: Putin
Senate sanctions on Russia due to domestic political battle in US: Putin

Putin also said he sees no reason for other countries to impose sanctions against Russian Federation. Stone said Australia was in too "thick and deep" with the USA and their stance against Russian Federation. For now, opinion polls show Navalny would be defeated by Putin, 64, by a wide margin if he did run. Putin returned as the country's p...

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  • Oil Prices Gain as Saudi Arabia Cuts Ties with Qatar
Oil Prices Gain as Saudi Arabia Cuts Ties with Qatar

Crude inventories rose by 3.3 million barrels (bbl) in the week ended June 2, compared with expectations for a decrease of 3.5 million bbl, the first such increase in 10 weeks. On the New York Mercantile Exchange , light, sweet crude futures for delivery in July CLN7, -0.49% traded at $47.04 a barrel, down 16 cents, or 0.3%, in the Globex electr...

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  • Trump lashes out at 'bad,' 'conflicted' Russia investigators
Trump lashes out at 'bad,' 'conflicted' Russia investigators

Mueller has requested interviews with senior intelligence officials about their conversations with Trump in an effort to investigate possible obstruction of justice , a former senior intelligence official with knowledge of the discussions confirmed to NBC News .

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  • President Donald Trump attacks Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into possible obstruction as witchhunt
President Donald Trump attacks Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into possible obstruction as witchhunt

The report , which cites five unnamed officials, states that the investigation into Mr Trump began after FBI director James Comey was sacked by the president on May 9th. In recent weeks, there has been a lot of reporting that Trump has grown frustrated that there is a " Russia cloud" hovering over his presidency and wants to find a way to...

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  • Russia unveils psychic cat ahead of Confederations Cup
Russia unveils psychic cat ahead of Confederations Cup

COACH: Stanislav Cherchesov was hired in August to fix things. Both sides will look to win this match because their next matches are against champions teams like Mexico and Portugal . Federation Internationale de Football Association unveiled a monitoring system past year to oversee labour conditions at the Russia 2018 World Cup stadiums an...

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  • IS leader Baghdadi 'may have been killed by Russia'
IS leader Baghdadi 'may have been killed by Russia'

The ministry said Friday, June 16, 2017, that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a Russian strike in late May along with other senior group commanders. Recall that the Russian military had said it was yet to receive confirmation that al-Baghdadi was killed in a strike carried out on May 28 in Raqqa, Syria.

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  • Officer Acquitted in Philando Castile Shooting Death
Officer Acquitted in Philando Castile Shooting Death

Also, his defense attorneys made the argument that Castile was intoxicated with marijuana and mentioned that influenced his actions. ABC News reports that the members asked to re-watch the dashcam and Facebook Live videos of the July 6, 2016 shooting and its aftermath on Tuesday (June 13).

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  • Wife of James Hodgkinson: 'I was shocked'
Wife of James Hodgkinson: 'I was shocked'

Agents are also reviewing Hodgkinson's social media posts in the days and weeks leading up to the shooting. St. Clair County Sheriff Rick Watson said Wednesday that Hodgkinson showed the deputy all required firearms licenses and documentation for the high-powered hunting rifle, which he said he was simply using for target practice.

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  • US banned cladding that was used on Grenfell Tower
US banned cladding that was used on Grenfell Tower

Describing the fire that started around 1 a.m. local time Wednesday morning as "an unprecedented incident", London Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton said: "In my 29 years of being a firefighter, I have never ever seen anything on this scale".

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  • A Bomber Was Behind The Deadly Kindergarten Blast, Chinese Police Say
A Bomber Was Behind The Deadly Kindergarten Blast, Chinese Police Say

In his apartment, police say they discovered materials for explosives and the words "death" and "exterminate" scrawled on the walls. The authorities have said that no children or teachers from the kindergarten were killed in the explosion in Xuzhou on Thursday, which injured 65 people.

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  • Hillary Clinton's Campaign Twitter Account Returns From The Dead To Troll Trump
Hillary Clinton's Campaign Twitter Account Returns From The Dead To Troll Trump

The tweets came after a Washington Post report that former FBI Director Robert Mueller , the special counsel overseeing the probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election , is also looking into whether Trump attempted to obstruct justice .

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  • Search for escaped inmates expanding as it enters 3rd day
Search for escaped inmates expanding as it enters 3rd day

While they were on the run , the pair allegedly stole five vehicles, robbed two homes, tied up and terrorized an elderly couple, and led police on a chase where speeds reached 100 miles per hour. He tells the dispatcher they weren't injured, saying, "I don't need an ambulance". Corrections officers Sgt. Christopher Monica and Sgt. Curtis Bill...

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  • Helmut Kohl, Chancellor Who Reunited Germany, Dies at 87
Helmut Kohl, Chancellor Who Reunited Germany, Dies at 87

Still, the "blooming landscapes" that Kohl promised East German voters during reunification were slow to come after the collapse of its communist economy, and massive aid to the east pushed up German government debt. A spokesman for Ms Merkel expressed her "deep sorrow over a great German and a great European". In his statement, George H W Bush ...

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  • Cosby tweets thanks to fans and supporters
Cosby tweets thanks to fans and supporters

Sequestered for almost two full weeks, the jury from Allegheny County has been in deliberations since Monday evening. Andrea Constand , right, returns to the courtroom at the Montgomery County Courthouse during Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial Thursday , June 15, 2017, in Norristown, Pa .

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  • Macron's party on course for record parliament majority
Macron's party on course for record parliament majority

Six months ago, Emmanuel Macron was a relative unknown. The LREM and MoDem have collectively trounced the traditional political establishment of France in the first round , proving yet again the emergence of a new political order in France.

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  • Talks on DUP support for minority UK govt, to continue
Talks on DUP support for minority UK govt, to continue

The talks with the DUP follow her apology to Conservative rank-and-file lawmakers in a meeting for the party's poor election result. She raised concern that such a deal could put the Northern Ireland peace process at risk as the Government would no longer be an "honest broker" in the Good Friday Agreement .

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  • Trump considering 'terminating' Russian Federation probe leader
Trump considering 'terminating' Russian Federation probe leader

The discussion between Trump and Mueller was revealed by Trump friend and Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy in an interview on PBS' "NewsHour" Monday evening. Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence committee, said any move to oust Mueller would "be the last straw" for many in Congress and would have "echoes of Watergate", when Presi...

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  • British leader holds alliance talks with Northern Ireland party chief
British leader holds alliance talks with Northern Ireland party chief

THERESA May is on the verge of clinching a deal with the Democratic Unionists that will keep the Conservatives in power as Sir John Major warned the move risked endangering Northern Ireland's "fragile" peace process. May apologised to Conservative MPs on Monday, accepting personal responsibility for failing to win an outright victory and sa...

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  • Special counsel probing Trump for possible obstruction
Special counsel probing Trump for possible obstruction

According to the report , "the move by Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III to investigate Trump's own conduct marks a major turning point in the almost year-old FBI investigation , which until recently focused on Russian meddling during the presidential campaign".

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  • DUP leader returns to Northern Ireland, talks continue
DUP leader returns to Northern Ireland, talks continue

May will meet DUP leader Arlene Foster in London on Tuesday as she seeks to thrash out an agreement for the party's 10 lawmakers in the House of Commons to vote to back the Conservatives' program for government. Mr Powell has called the deal with the DUP "a bad mistake with lasting consequences". MORE: What demands are on the DUP wishl...

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  • EU's Brexit negotiator puts pressure on UK
EU's Brexit negotiator puts pressure on UK

In her Lancaster House speech, Mrs May seemed to rule out membership of the Single Market and the Customs Union in one breath and call for frictionless borders and tariff-free access to the Single Market whilst rejecting freedom of movement and the supremacy of the European Court of Justice (which now adjudicates any trade disputes in the EU).

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  • Australian TV journalist hit by bullet in Philippines city
Australian TV journalist hit by bullet in Philippines city

Indeed, the x-ray showed a perfectly intact bullet, lodged behind his jaw. "If we died outside our house, at least we tried to save ourselves", Andeleg told AFP as he recounted watching bombs destroy houses around him. Zia Alonto Adiong , a Philippine politician who spoke to civilians fleeing the city of Marawi, says that the witnesses reported...

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  • Sanders: GOP Baseball Shooter Worked on His Campaign
Sanders: GOP Baseball Shooter Worked on His Campaign

Around 7 a.m. ET at least four people, including Rep. Steve Scalise , R-La., were injured when a shooter opened fire at a baseball field in Alexandria's Del Ray neighborhood. "I'm sorry that he did this". He was armed with a rifle and a handgun, Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent Tim Slater told reporters .

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  • Bernie Sanders says he is 'sickened by this despicable act'
Bernie Sanders says he is 'sickened by this despicable act'

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) expressed his sickness over the fact that the Republican congressional baseball practice shooter was a volunteer for his presidential campaign. "A @BernieSanders supporter did shooting spree: James T. Hodgkinson who pushed a http://Change.org petition to appt indep counsel". According to his Facebook page, H...

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  • Britain, EU to begin Brexit negotiations on Monday
Britain, EU to begin Brexit negotiations on Monday

Britain will be the first member state ever to leave the bloc. "We would restore faith in politics if we could show that this parliament can at least function in presenting a view in the national interest which would command a majority on a cross-party basis", said veteran pro-European Conservative lawmaker Ken Clarke.

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  • Traumatized firefighters search for more London fire victims
Traumatized firefighters search for more London fire victims

The fire that raged through a London apartment building on Wednesday night horrified engineers for more than its bad human cost-at least 17 people died in the blaze at the 24-story tall Grenfell Tower, and London authorities expect to find more as they search the still-smoldering ruin.

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  • Malaysia Airlines plane turns back after cockpit entry bid
Malaysia Airlines plane turns back after cockpit entry bid

Victoria police confirmed they were investigating the incident, adding that it is alleged that the passenger threatened the safety of passengers and crew. The premier of the state of Victoria, Daniel Andrews, also commented on the incident, urging officials not to ban mentally ill passengers from flying.

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  • Russian opposition leader jailed as tens of thousands protest against corruption
Russian opposition leader jailed as tens of thousands protest against corruption

Presidential hopeful Navalny had announced protests against official corruption Monday, the Russia Day holiday, and activists gathered in dozens of other cities. Tverskaya Street was full of families marking Russia Day with entertainers in historical costumes. As Vorivoda spoke, demonstrators chanted , "Putin is a thief!" and "Power to the m...

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  • Congressman Steve Scalise One Of 4 Shot in Alexandria, VA
Congressman Steve Scalise One Of 4 Shot in Alexandria, VA

Five people were reportedly shot, including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana. The baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia, where House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and others were shot during a congressional baseball practice on Wednesday morning.

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  • UK's May faces calls to soften Brexit as political limbo drags on
UK's May faces calls to soften Brexit as political limbo drags on

In her turn, May noted about the Brexit negotiations, "We have been very clear we want to maintain a close relationship and a close partnership with the European Union and individual member states into the future, including in the areas we've discussed this evening".

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